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Kansas Must Reconsider Death Penalty for the Carr Brothers

The Wichita Massacre was so bad it got a name. And a trip to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Blood Alcohol Testing: No Consent, No Warrant, No Crime?

States have worked tirelessly to tackle the problem of drunken driving. The U.S. Supreme Court may take one option off the table this term.

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Unfair or Unconstitutional?  The Supreme Court to Decide

You can’t make this stuff up. Really. But that doesn’t mean it is unconstitutional.

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